-ics

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See also: ics, ICS, and ICs

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From -ic (related or pertaining to), with usage in the plural in imitation of the Latin and Greek usage.

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-ics

  1. Forms nouns referring to fields of knowledge or practice.
    Synonym: -logy
  2. Forms nouns referring to activities.

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